Monthly Archives November 2016

CINEPUNX Episode 58: PUNX WEEKEND- THE WILD BUNCH, VENOM, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, SUDDENLY AT MIDNIGHT

HAVE WE GOT A SHOW FOR YOU!! Recorded at the end of our CINEPUNX WEEKEND RETREAT, this episode features the charming Ivo Tomas and the talented though charmless Mikey Smack! We decided to spend a weekend discussing the future of the Cinepunx empire, but mostly watching movies and eating pork products. SO MANY PORK PRODUCTS!     We decided to not only watch movies this weekend, but to spend some time discussing the films we watched! Each of us chose one film to specifically watch and discuss: THE WILD BUNCH, VENOM, THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, and SUDDENLY AT MIDNIGHT Of course,
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LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! Episode 76- BONUS EPISODE

Consider this a bonus episode and not part of the interview series proper. For a live event in front of an audience at Tyler Contemporary, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Philadelphia, Ed Avery-Natale interviewed LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! creator Joseph A. Gervasi. The L!F!P! project and Philadelphia HC punk (among other retaliated subjects) were discussed. This took place on November 17, 2016. This is a recording of this spirited event. Ed Avery-Natale is the author of Ethics, Politics, and Anarcho-Punk Identifications: Punk and Anarchy in Philadelphia (Lexington Books, 2016). Photos by Karen Kirchhoff          
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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 13: The Exhumed Films Horrorthon Featuring Joe Yanick!

Greetings creepy people, and welcome back to Horror Business, the podcast that loves you no matter what. As always you are in for a treat! This episode we’re joined by the one and only Joe Yanick of the wonderful Small Screen Cinema podcast to help us unpack the annual Exhumed Films Horrorthon, a twenty four hour horror marathon the weekend before Halloween in Philadelphia. In addition to discussing the movies with Joe, we were also lucky enough to talk to some people at the Horrorthon on various things, including but not limited to Alice Cooper and the eternal question of
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